A Puggle is one of the new hybrid breed dogs that is produced by mating a select male pug with a small female beagle. These Puggles are not very short-tempered and they surely would be because pugs and beagles are also sweet-tempered. These pups do not require a lot of maintenance and would be very child friendly. They are very playful and robust dogs as well as being very adorable and loyal. However, unlike other hybrid dogs, Puggles do not have any specific health problems seen in purebred pugs. As this breed of dog has a long and elongated nose, they also do not face any respiratory problems. Puggles have a comparatively short coat, a distinctive curly tail, and velvety ears. They typically range from 8 to 14 pounds and are 12 to 15 inches tall. You may find different colors in Puggles.
The Difference Between First Generation Puggles And Second Generation Puggles: There are several people who are confused about the first and second generation Puggles as they also have the question whether it is possible to breed a Puggle with a Puggle. The first generation of true Puggles actually come from a purebred beagle parent and only from a purebred pug parent. Usually all the pups in the batch would be very similar in appearance. However, their size and coat color may differ, but for the most part their physical characteristics are similar.
In fact, it is possible to bread a Puggle into a second generation Puggle or Puggle, which is the same as kneading any other dog. However, this breed will not give the same result as the first generation Puggle. If you are raising 2 Puggles from purebred parents, then you will continue to breed with half pug and half beagle, but the genetics will change a bit during the second time. the puppies would look very similar to the beagles like the Puggles or pugs you started with and their combination color. There are several people who are using what is called a poetic license that includes the Puggles. Here, the Puggle is not part of the Chihuahua, Poodle, or any other breed, but a mix of pug and beagle only. The second generation of Puggle would simply be the result when a true Puggle is crossed with the true Puggle and not with any other breed.
Breed establishment is very difficult and would require time and many generations of careful breeding to obtain consistent results. As every purebred known today began using two different breeds of dog, you can imagine how long it must have taken to create this consistent build and appearance that you recognize today. If Puggles need to be of their own breed, then conformation and appearance must be produced correctly each time one Puggle becomes bread for another Puggle.